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Lexmark x1100 install failure

We have recently swapped computers and added a second hard drive. The install disk is not available and I keep getting the "spooler subsystem app" failure. I looked that up online and did everything it said. however I was missing the "version x" it talked about. I then tried to download a driver for the printer thinking that would solve the problem and I am still nowhere closer. any suggestions?

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  • kauaikiki Mar 11, 2008

    Bought a new computer but using the same printer Lexmark x1100. Tried downloading driver. My computer is Vista. Is Vista compatible with my printer?

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Try deleting the existing printer and adding one back using the drivers below


http://downloads.lexmark.com/cgi-perl/downloads.cgi?ccs=37:1:0:4:0:0

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